A Florida federal judge on Tuesday denied a Miami businessman's bid to dismiss or disqualify the prosecution team in a $1 billion health care fraud case against him, but despite criticizing federal prosecutors' and agents' performance, the court rejected a magistrate's findings that they had acted in bad faith.
A Ford dealership and the recipients of its unwanted automated advertising messages reached a preliminary $4.8 million settlement in a proposed class action accusing it of violating federal communications law, according to a motion filed in Florida federal court Tuesday.
A Pennsylvania indie rock band suing over the name “Church Girls” can’t shake an identically named Florida band’s counterclaim that the Philadelphia-based group knew about its counterpart when it registered a trademark for the name, a Florida federal judge ruled Tuesday.
Timeshare resort company Orange Lake Country Club Inc. has urged a Florida federal court to deny two attorneys' request to withdraw as counsel to a lawyer mired in the company's suit claiming illegal interference in its contracts, saying the pair have too much unfinished business in court.
Former NFL player Tyrone Keys is fighting an effort from league benefit plans to trim the majority of an Employee Retirement Income Security Act suit he filed after they tried to claw back about $831,000 in disability payments, saying he has properly backed his claims.
Travel-focused technology company Sabre Corp. on Wednesday said it will buy private-equity backed tech firm Farelogix in a $360 million deal, with Hogan Lovells US LLP and Axinn Veltrop & Harkrider steering the buyer and Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison LLP guiding the Miami-based seller.
The Metropolitan Transportation Authority is reportedly buying New York's Grand Central Terminal and two train lines for $35 million, Moses & Singer is said to have renewed its lease in New York's Chrysler Building, and REIT First Industrial has reportedly picked up a Florida site for $8.7 million.
Despite the Florida Supreme Court’s consistency with 80 years of precedent in its latest bad faith ruling, Harvey v. Geico, the dissenting opinions — and recent commentary — predict that “mere negligence has now become bad faith” and warn of fabricated claims and market chaos. Stephen Marino and Benjamin Hassebrock of Ver Ploeg & Lumpkin PA disagree.
Last week's midterm elections changed the regulatory landscape for energy and the environment in three subtle yet significant ways, say attorneys with Kirkland & Ellis LLP.
With few cases going to trial, many attorneys keep their oral-presentation skills sharp by teaching continuing legal education programs. To avoid giving a CLE that falls flat and damages your reputation, you must fashion a thoughtful message, control its presentation, and nail the beginning and ending, says Daniel Karon of Karon LLC.
It's uncommon for attorneys to jump from the world of defending corporations in bet-the-company litigation to pursuing those same suits, but former Munger Tolles & Olson LLP partner Marc Dworsky has made that 180-degree turn and says he's thrilled with the decision.
Five BigLaw firms have been named the savviest at social media marketing this year in a report released Wednesday that compares the Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and online thought-leadership skills of the largest firms in the United States.
Most law firms are underprepared for cybersecurity threats, despite a sharp spike in cyberattacks against the industry in 2017, according to a new report from information technology consulting firm LogicForce.
White & Case LLP rolled out a new parental leave policy in 2018 for its U.S. offices that offers 12 weeks of paid leave to all legal and business employees regardless of their gender, the firm confirmed on Wednesday.
In a first for the federal judiciary, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has created the new position of director of workplace relations to confront workplace harassment issues in the appellate, trial and bankruptcy courts within the circuit’s jurisdiction.
Counsel for Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP's former chief financial officer will square off Thursday in Manhattan with prosecutors who claim the ex-executive should be jailed after asking a New York state judge to toss or reduce the $1 million fine he was sentenced to pay following his fraud conviction last year.
Brownstein Hyatt Farber Schreck LLP managing partner Adam J. Agron spoke to Law360 in the final year of his six-year tenure as firm leader about the challenges facing the legal industry and why he believes the Denver-based firm is well positioned to grow its success.